The Twelve Apostles – Port Campbell National Park – Victoria

Finally we had Arrived!

Twelve Apostles - Port Campbell National Park - Victoria, Australia

Our drive across The Great Ocean Road brought us to the Twelve Apostles. One of Australia’s Greatest and Most Beautiful Landmarks. The Twelve Apostles are a bunch of limestone rocks that have eroded away over time. Proudly Rising above the Might Tasman Sea.

Despite being called The Twelve Apostles, there are actually only 8. There were 9 until July 3, 2005 when one of the 50 meter high (164 feet) limestone giants came crumbling down.

Gray Clouds

*Jpegs Compressed @ %50 – Obvious Loss of Quality*

When we arrived it kinda sucked because there we were covered by gray clouds when we were there. Not really the conditions I was hoping for. Although I did manage to get a few good photos in.

It was also pretty cold, windy and it started to rain. The rain passed pretty quick though, which was nice. I had to duck around with my camera up my jumper (sweater). It didn’t dampen our day too much.

Pun intended. Lame, I know.

The Twelve Apostles Photos

Port Campbell National Park - The Twelve Apostles - Photography - Victoria, Australia

The Twelve Apostles - Port Campbell National Park - Victoria, Australia

The Twelve Apostles National Park - Great Ocean Road - Port Campbell National Park - Victoria, Australia

Dark Clouds Over The Twelve Apostles - Great Ocean Road - Port Campbell National Park - Victoria, Australia

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3 Responses to The Twelve Apostles – Port Campbell National Park – Victoria

  1. Dan Collins January 7, 2012 at 12:29 pm #

    awesome photos dude!

    • Cal January 8, 2012 at 12:28 am #

      Thanks Dan!

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